The brutal homicide in a McDonald’s diner in Zhaoyuan, Shandong, on May 28, 2014 of a salesgirl in a nearby clothing store called Wu Shuoyan (1977–2014), who had refused to give her phone number to visiting “missionaries.” The crime plays a key role in the Chinese rhetoric against the xie jiao, and was attributed by the CCP to The Church of Almighty God. Scholarly studies of the documents of the trial, however, proved that the murder was in fact perpetrated by a different religious movement, which had no connections with The Church of Almighty God.
Road to Ban Falun Gong in Russia Continues, U.S. React
On July 8, the Court of Kemerovo (Russia) ruled against the Falun Gong movement in what may become a crucial case.
Jehovas Zeugen und sexueller Missbrauch: 1. Der Fall Australien
Hat der Bericht der australischen Royal Commission wirklich Hunderte von „versteckten“ Fällen aufgedeckt? Oder wurde eine religiöse Minderheit zu Unrecht ins Visier genommen?
The Tai Ji Men Case: Why Did the Parliament Fail?
Taiwan’s Legislative Yuan tried to restore justice, but failed—why? Experts offered their answers on International Day of Parliamentarianism.
False Documents Against Chinese Refugees and Bitter Winter
The incredible story of a failed Chinese Communist Party black propaganda operation that began as a spy story and ended up in a comedy.